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FOR RENT
BLUE HOUSE, furnislhed duplex. 901
Packard, available September. Suit-
able grad group. Two kitchens, 2%
baths, basement, 1-car garage. No
pets. deposit, credit references re-
quired. Year leae. 5675/month plus
utilities. 662-1912 for appointment.
APARTMENT - 2 bdrm., furnished,
air, dishwasher, Arch St.. ailable
Sept. 1. 1 vr. lease 8318/ro. includ-
lng heat. (Eve,) 1-474-8955. 94C716
AVATLABLE FALL, own room. Fe-
male grad., professiono1. Modern
apartment, $145. Sherry, 662-8740,
663-2838. 87C720
NOW RENT NG Falf~1977,
SANS SOUCI (across from U-M
Stadiim) FURNISHED one and two
bedrooms, parking available. Bses
to and from campus every half hour.
See manager at apartment K-1 or
call 994-3955.
THOMPSON APARTMENTS
(at corner of William and Thomp-
son). Furnished efficiences, one and
two bedroom apartments. See man-
ager at apartment 216 or call 665-
2289. cCtc
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at
715 Hill Street, featuring Kosher
restauirant, game room and Judaic
library, Only 2 minutea from cam-
pus. Call 995-3276. eCtc
TWO ROOMS with kitchen privi-
leges. Very close to campus. Not a
pit. 769-7274. 81C720
FURNISHED 5 bedroom house, 1-
1% bath, yard, central campus loca-
tion adjacent to Margaret Bell Pool
& CCRB. $740.00 plus all utitlities,
fall occupancy. Inquire at 337 E.
Huron, Ann Arbor. cCtc
UNFURNISHED TWO BEDROOM -
Immediate occupancy and/or fall
option, heat and water included in
rent. West Park location. 662-7787.
cOtc
SUBLET
JULY-AUGUST. Female. Own room
in modern 2-bdrm. apartment. Fur-
nished. A/C. parking. Call after 7
p.m., 665-8372. 76U716
1 BDRM. in spacious 3 bdrm. apt. 3
blks. from campus. Must see to be-
iieve. 995-4168 eves. 58U716
ROOMMATES
FEMALE GRAD HOUSEMATE want-
ed. Own room in small cooperative
house. $70/mo. includes heat. 769-
3184, Howie or Rick. 11Y716
FOURTH FEMALE needed for FALL.
Modern Apt. A/C, diswasher, 2%
baths. Close to campus. Call Janeen
after 5, 668-6440. dY716
Try
Dailyd
Classif ieds.

BUSINESS SERVICES
HOUSECLEANING - Done by U-M
graduate student; excellent worker.
References if requested. Call 995-
2388 after 5 p.m. dJ
TYPING-75c page. Call Candy, 63-
3834 (N. Campus). 73J722
TYPING - dissertations, theses,
manuscripts. Selectric II, B.A. Eng-
lish Literature, experienced profes-
sional typist. Rackham specifica-
tions. Rates negotiable. 665-4524.
HANDSOME HARD COVER BIND-
INGS for books. 24 hr. service avail-
able. 722 Brooks, NR Miller and 7th,
995-4000. cJ817
THE SECRETARIAT
Typing, Copying, Binding
Editing, Drafting, Lettering
812 South State Street
11-6, 7 days/week 994-3594
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - Kitten-tri-color (black,
grey, white) w/flea collar around
Church and S. Univeraity arma
Thursday night. Cali 863-5647. dA720
TRAVEL
NO F R I L L S STUDENT/TEACHER
charter flights. Europe, Israel, Asia.
Global Travel, 521 Fifth Avenue,
N.Y., N.Y. 10017, 212-379-2532. 89P727
MUSICAL MDSE.,
HAND-MADE LEATHER STRAPS by
Flint craftsman, sold in Ann Arbor
by Apollo Music Center, 323 S. Main
St. cX7i6
USED SPINET PIANO $390, uprighta
from $200. Apollo Music Center, 769-
1400. eX716
ROAD LEAD and base amps back in
stock. Call Don Ford for appoint-
ment, Apollo Music Center, 769-1490.
cX7i6
USED FENDER AMPS, 3 different
models. Call Don, 761-9431. eX716
FOR SALE
MOTOBECANE 10 s p e e d Super
Mirage, silver blue, 23", hardly used,
$160. 662-6814. 96B716
NIKKO STEREO RECEIVER. Excel-
lent. $175. Call 665-8048. 85B716
NEW 12' x 36', furnished beautifully,
close in, ideal for student, city wa-
ler and sewer. 971-3111 or 1-782-4164.
Sunny Side Park dealer. 35B730
WANTED TO RENT
NEED R9OM with board or kitchen
privileges for male medical student
August and September only. Cali
665-5223. 05L721
TRANSPORTATION
NEED RELIABLE RIDE to South-
field from Ann Arbor, mornings, and
hacr evenings, weekdays. Le-665-
7020. 090716

I n HEN II 3AN LAtLY .Saturday, July 16, 1977
PERSONAL PERSONAL
I HOW T0 ADD new excitement to Carefully dawplopad PEOGNA fo
AIEour life and give your social life the common MALE problem (Laos
at bost you've been waiting for, Of Sexuaal self-CONTROL) We have
E D t~niversity Singies Club - "Serving HELP for volunteers through IN-
Uni ersity Communities Nationwide" FORMATION and PROCEDURES de-
-is now here. Social events, parties, veloped by University of Michigan
dances and mrehi For free details Research. 98% SUCCESSFUL. Por
write PO Box 12686-M, Gainesville, further information call (313) 624.
USED CARS Florida 32664. 069123 9141. 50720
SAAB 95, 1970, body-good condition, PREGNANT? Need help? XEROX AND OFFSET
1972 engine - excellent condition. Call Problem Pregnancy k#elp, 769-
John, 668-7414 eves. 99N716 7283. Pregnancy tests available. cFt fat, low YQt duplicating
_______ _____ _____- ________COPY QUICK
'71 CAPRI-$60, stick, radials. FM STAFF NEEDED to work on growing 1217 S. University 769-0560
radio. Phone 668-7470. 84N716 student course evaluation system. _Ftc
Students' Counseling Office, 1018 ---
'70 FORD VAN, windows all around, Angell, 763-1552. 989716
white, good condition, 95.00 milna,. D iSSERTAT IO N\
$1,000 or best offer. Call 995-4211. STEVE'S LUNCH-Come for home
97N720 cooking. Breakfast all day. great
soup-and egg rolls. 3 egg omelets
'65 COME, great condition, must with fresh vegetables and fresh SE
sell. $250600. Call 769-2297. .8N719 bean sprouts served all day Sundays
10-8. 1313 South Universit;. cFt LOWEST PRICE
1977 CHRYSLER CORDOBA. Lan-
dau, A/C, rear window defroster, FRIENDS LAKE COMMUNITY-80- I N TOW N FOR
cruise control 59 MPG. Ziebort, lus- ar wild life preseree near Chelara;
ury interior, sport mirrors, steel swimming, sailing, canoeing, picnic- COLLATED COP I ES
belited radias, power steering, disc king, camping. Membership $50/
brakes, AM/FM w/8 track stereo, adult children free. Brochure from DA#Il'LA&QUA
digital clock, and morel! Owner Bloods. 2005 Penneraft, Ann Arbor,
leaving country mid August. MUST MI 48103. 29F716 GUARANTEED
sell. $5500 FINAL. Call 313-973-0428
between 5 p.m. and 11. p.m. daily. NEW-%c off all cpit left over- C
90N719 night (books t) IMPRESS, 524 Y UICK
William. 665-4322, eFte
WANTED TO BUY 1217 S. University, 769-0560
___________-JAZZ ________ cFtt
FAN, FAN, FAN I need a fan. Call
Quick. Alain, 662-2829. dK72 tT anversity lub w h ANSWER TO P 15
PETS AND SUPPLIES ninghan, piano; Ted Rarley, base; E 8 S T 0 P 2C1A
Stanery Slaughter, drums; and fea- A _ P0 N 0EP'
NORWEIAN EKHOUDS - REE.turtong Vincent Yrk of the Mercer E SC l,
NERWEGIAN ELKHOUNDli-lFREE. oFigton Band on alto sax. Friday N NA j AN Q L AA
Good with children. Call 483-5973. T and Saturday evenings 9:30 p.m.- S 0 6 T 14) L ATT 6
- 1:30 a.m. in the club cocktail lounge
HELP WANTED in the Michigan Union Union build- T E R A G P E T E 6 P
ing. Ask hostess for a free trial 0AEN
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY -Work membership. 763-2236. eFt 0 0 K E N S T E
with physically disabled people. For A t T T I R E EG 0
details tall Center For Independent GRAD MAN (adv. btg.) desires fe- S L E E P NE R A S K A N
Living, 9-5:30, 971-0277. 07H728 male logging/tennis partner for fun 1 N S R I S 3
and games on and off the courtS.
PART - TIME. Research assistant Write Daily Box No, 16. 63F716 C E E S V E N
and/or rough draft typing, no re- _S R A T N A K E R$
search experience required. Work at ONE GAME FREE bowling with this PL P S AD E T A TI
home. Island Dr. residence prefer- ad at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes. Pinball, pool
red. 663-9212. 01H716 and saloon tool 2985 Washtenaw, 1 C BE LEMON R 0
mile east of U.S. 23. ceFtc E W E RS SNA P
WAITING HELP NEEDED at the
University Club. See Peter Dilorenzi
between 2 and 3, Mon.-Fr. cH720
WAITRESSES WANTED at Dooley's.I4 IiIQII
310 Maynard. 02H716
CO-ORDINATOR NEEDED for na- CROSSWORD PUZZLE
tianal co-op organization headquar-
tered in Ann Arbor. Must have
proven skills and social change Q s1977 LOS ANGELES TIMEs
orientation. Begin Oct.-Dec. Write ACROSS 47 "They - 13 Occupied
NASCO Co-ordinator, P.O. Box 1301, 1 Weans
Ann Arbor,48106 for job description.- not. 21 Isolated
5 Husband of 48 Fall behind 22 Pupil of a kind
BABYSITTER for two school-age Jezebel 49 Scatterbrain 26 Greenery in
children. 8:15 'til 3:00; $1.50 per
hour. Transportation necessary. Cali 54 Official deree- Gotham
Alice, 769-6838 before 2 p.m. 82H716 14 Bird 56 Kodiak 27 Squeezes
MEDICAL SECRETARY fr busy two 15 Alone 57 Kabul title 28 Do newspaper
doctor office. Diversified duties, full 16Canary ilad 58 - maid work
time, experience required. Send re- 17 Costume for 59 Seular 29 Girl: Slang
sume to Michigan Daily, Box 17. Cynthia 60 "Laugh," in 30 Wynken,
4210019 18 School famous aria Blynken and
FULL TIME insurance person to do festivity 61 Tea and others Nod, and
billing and follow tp for busy doc- 19 Courage 62 Different others
tor's office. Experienced need only
apply. Send resume to Michigan 20 Contest of a 63 Anwers
Daily, Box 17. 43H719 sort: gregory 33 Greek letters
23 Born DOWN 34 Coastal bird
lSgeDEn TS ieeWscap y are 24 Fishing boat 1 Student's choice 35 Whippets
Instred in submitting a bid call 25 Ease off 2 Poultry ailment 37 Doubly
769-1520. 341719 27 Dull and flat 3 Speck 40 Sport shoes
TICKETS 30 "- foolish 4 Villain's 41 River dam
things ..." occupation 43 Force
TRADE FLEETWOOD MAC TIC- 31 Saying 5 Have dreams 44 Discover the
KETS for any other night but July 32 Forestalled 6 Keratoid facts of
19. 663-0172. 601716 36 Precious 7 Easy as falling 45 Basketballer
PERSONAL porcelain off- 46 Printing type
37 Sheer linen 8 Stunning 47 Siamese
ANGELA, 38 Tropical root occurrence 50 Fresh-water
I think it is a really stppid idem for 39 Cleaning aiddu
you to take the $ 6 youfafund 41 Twisted 10 Girl of song 51 French friend
sinder tht tree i n North Campus9Plct.dk
out of the bank. I'm certainly not 42 Makes muddy 11 Moved furtively 52 In order
going to have anything to do with 43 Calls it quits 12 Dais personality, 53 Greek goddesr
it. You'll have to do it yourself. 44 Pretend for short 55 Baste
CYNTHIA dF716
MAY WEHELP you with your non-- i 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 O i1 12 3
prescription drug needs? Village
Apothecary, 1112 S. Univ. Ave. cFtc 11 15 16
VISIT ANN ARBOR'S only gem lab
before you spend your money need- 17 18 19
lessly. Fine quality diamonds and
low prices on all engagement and 0 2 22 23
wedding' rings. Astin Diamond,
1209 S. University, 663-7151 cts 24 25 - 26
J.B.-Yesterday's classified showed
no depth of character or insight, I 27 28 29 30
should just hang it up when I go
out of town, but at least I'm con- 33
sistent. Today is a good day to try
out your disguise, don't you think.
I'm sure Linda and Dennis would 6 37,38
just love It. As I haven't spoken So
anyone else yet I don't know if the
rest of your household is as artis-
tically inclned!-Me. dF716
GRADUATE STUDENT COUPLE -
Desire to housestt for faculty be-
ginning fail. Good references. Tom, 44 5 6 47
663-2671. 9719

PHOBIA o HATIONAL FEAR3
Free treatment may be available by
new and effective methods in ex- 54 55 56 57
change for cooperation in research
on how and why it works. Dial 313-
7-534 or write Phobia Project-
Department of Psychiatry, Univer-
aity Med. Center, Ann Arbor, MI 62 63
48109. 03"723

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